Parts of a Friendly Letter - Mrs. McCloud

Parts of a Friendly Letter - Mrs. McCloud

Mrs. K. Lewis Parts of a Friendly Letter 5 Parts of a Friendly Letter

The Heading The Greeting The Body The Closing The Signature Heading

Heading ---> 455 East Main Street Mableton, GA 30126 December 1, 2009 The heading of a letter should contain the return address, which includes the street address on one line, followed by the city, state and zip code on the next line. The

third line is the date. Greeting/Salutation Dear Michael, <--- Greeting The greeting means hello. Usually, all of the words, which are a part of the greeting, are

capitalized. A comma follows the greeting. Body Body---> Let me tell you some of the reasons I hope you will never smoke.

The body of the letter contains the main text or message. Each paragraph should be indented. Closing Closing ---> Sincerely, The closing means good-bye. The first word of

the closing begins with a capital letter. A comma follows the closing Signature Signature ---> Jean Rogers The signature tells who wrote the letter.

Friendly Letter Sample 455 East Main Street Mableton, GA 30126 December 1, 2009 Dear Michael, Let me tell you some of the reasons I hope you will never smoke. Sincerely, Jean Rogers

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